SHE’S a global superstar living every moment under the spotlight, but for some reason Beyonce still attracts the wildest – and most idiotic – rumours in show business. Earlier this week, the singer was bizarrely accused of “faking” her African American heritage for “exposure” by a US politician. In a warped Twitter rant over the weekend, Florida candidate KW Miller raged that the Single Ladies hitmaker, 38, was actually ITALIAN. “Beyoncé is not even African American. She is faking this for exposure. Her real name is Ann Marie Lastrassi. She is Italian,” Miller exploded. The barmy politician also accused Queen Bey of sending “secret coded messages to globalists in her song Formation”. Unsurprisingly, his remarks sparked outrage among the star’s fans – with one concerned Twitter user branding him “a danger to society.”Yet it’s not the first time Beyoncé has been targeted by a vile – and simply ridiculous – conspiracy theory, with others accusing her of witchcraft, staging her pregnancy and even being a member of a top-secret society. Here, as attention-seeking Miller continues to share desperate and offensive posts online, we reveal the other baffling Beyoncé conspiracy theories… Bey’s a ‘witch’ In one of the most eye-popping theories,… Read full this story
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